Green River KOA

★★★☆☆
  • 235 South 1780 East

    Green River, UT 84525

    Map & Directions
  • 435-564-8195

About Green River KOA

Categories
  • Campgrounds
  • RV Parks
  • Recreation Camps
  • Parks
Emails
  • greenriverkoa@yahoo.com
Phones
  • Fax (435-564-8195)
  • Toll Free (800-562-5734)
Products
  • RV sites
  • Cabin sites
  • Tent sites
Campsites

Lodging

We offer several lodging options from one bedroom cabins to a 5 star luxury lodge.

    Tent Sites

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      I'd like to give this park a higher rating but I just can't help feeling a bit ripped off. Having read some earlier reviews casting doubt on the 30A supply, we opted for the best of the 50A spaces so we have a bit of parched grass and a tree, but (like all the 50A spaces) we are basically a on a sandy, barren piece of land which is not attractive at all, and I've had better views on sites costing a quarter of what we're paying here. At least it's not crowded (people are probably put off by the price). The other site in the town, Shady Acres, seems more popular but it's nearer to the railway so may get more noise. There's a good-sized pool here but the slide mentioned by a previous reviewer is now out of bounds. We don't tend to use campgrounds' facilities but they so seem clean and well-organised. The manager-owners are welcoming and gave us ideas of places to visit. We used this location as a base for visiting Bryce Canyon, Arches and Moab among others. You can ride your ATV or dirt bike straight off the site to any of the numerous trails. There's a 10% discount at the Tamarisk restaurant next door (see my other review) and an interesting museum just across the road.The manager-owners are trying hard, with a store/gift shop, complimentary coffees (all day I think), possibly some token breakfast offering (I obviously wasn't paying full attention) and cookies in the afternoon (anything to do with cookies I would definitely remember!). But when we pass this way again, it's going to take a deal (a good weekly rate, say) or a change in the pricing strategy to make me return to this particular campground. KOA owners need to re-think their market - the RV industry is in the doldrums and people aren't going to pay two-thirds the rate of a shiny new motel up the road for a hook-up on a piece of dirt to park their RV for the night.

      3
      ★★★☆☆

      I'd like to give this park a higher rating but I just can't help feeling a bit ripped off. Having read some earlier reviews casting doubt on the 30A supply, we opted for the best of the 50A spaces so we have a bit of parched grass and a tree, but (like all the 50A spaces) we are basically a on a sandy, barren piece of land which is not attractive at all, and I've had better views on sites costing a quarter of what we're paying here. At least it's not crowded (people are probably put off by the price). The other site in the town, Shady Acres, seems more popular but it's nearer to the railway so may get more noise. There's a good-sized pool here but the slide mentioned by a previous reviewer is now out of bounds. We don't tend to use campgrounds' facilities but they so seem clean and well-organised. The manager-owners are welcoming and gave us ideas of places to visit. We used this location as a base for visiting Bryce Canyon, Arches and Moab among others. You can ride your ATV or dirt bike straight off the site to any of the numerous trails. There's a 10% discount at the Tamarisk restaurant next door (see my other review) and an interesting museum just across the road.The manager-owners are trying hard, with a store/gift shop, complimentary coffees (all day I think), possibly some token breakfast offering (I obviously wasn't paying full attention) and cookies in the afternoon (anything to do with cookies I would definitely remember!). But when we pass this way again, it's going to take a deal (a good weekly rate, say) or a change in the pricing strategy to make me return to this particular campground. KOA owners need to re-think their market - the RV industry is in the doldrums and people aren't going to pay two-thirds the rate of a shiny new motel up the road for a hook-up on a piece of dirt to park their RV for the night.

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